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  • Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirksen on Open Source ESB

    InfoQ has published a sample chapter from the book “Open Source ESBs In Action”, authored by Tijs Rademakers and Jos Dirksen, and took the opportunity to interview the authors about their experience in using open source ESBs in real-world projects.

  • Distributed JBI

    Officially, the JBI (Java Business Integration) standard is limited to a single Java Virtual Machine (JVM) instance. In a new article, Sun's Derek Frankforth describes and contrasts the strengths and weaknesses two different styles of setting up a distributed JBI topology using OpenESB, and shows how they complement each other in the end.

  • Choosing between Routing and Orchestration in an ESB

    In this article, Adrien Louis and Marc Dutoo discuss the differences and relative merits of using orchestration vs. routing in a typical ESB setup. They discuss various approaches to connecting services, from low level ones like customized routing, to high-level ones using business oriented approaches like workflow and orchestration, and conclude that there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

  • Interview: Ricco Deutscher on "SOPERA"

    Deutsche Post World Net, one of the world's largest logistics companies (and owner of DHL) has created a “SOA platform”, called “SOPERA”, which aims to be a full-featured SOA environment. Today, SOPERA announced it will contribute its platform to the Eclipse Foundation. InfoQ had a chance to talk to Ricco Deutscher, Managing Director of the newly founded company behind the platform.

  • SOA Programming Models

    Author Boris Lublinksy provides an overview of the dominant programming models that are emerging in the SOA domain including Windows Communication Framework (WCF), Java Business Integration (JBI) and Service Component Architecture(SCA).

  • ESB Roundup Part two: ESB Use Cases

    This is the second part of InfoQ's ESB series, an exploration of Enterprise Service Bus, or ESB technologies. The focus is use cases required by companies deploying this technology, such as protocol bridging, security intermediation and service virtualization. The article references analyst commentary, survey research results and comments on part one of the ESB roundup.

  • ESB Roundup Part One: Defining the ESB

    A healthy debate has arisen in the SOA community around the Enterprise Service Bus. Is an ESB needed? What is the best definition of an ESB? When should an ESB be deployed? What is its role in SOA? In the first part of a series, InfoQ explores this vital topic.

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